Tijuana Mexico Shopping
Mexican food and beverages, as well as some of the best restaurants and bars in the city of Tijuana, Mexico and the world.
One of the things I like to do is go on a day trip to Tijuana and spend some time back in San Diego, and the ride is an opportunity to see different parts of this city. Many people skip the Playas for a day trip to Tijuana, but if you are a real shopping fanatic and don't want to spend time exploring the Taja shopping scene, you can book a trip with us that includes sightseeing as well as many purchases. If you want to visit Mexico City, Mexico's second largest city and the second most populous after SanDiego, or if you are not traveling alone and looking for a wonderful guide to show you the best places, we offer great day trips to and from T Diego. One of our best tips for doing it is to go on a day trip to Mexico City with our friends and family members, friends of friends.
If you plan to cross the border into Tijuana, you should shop at the Taja shopping mall as well as along the border when you travel to Mexico. One of the must-see attractions in T Mexico City, the local market called Mercado Hidalgo, is one of our favorite shopping destinations in Mexico.
You will find a huge grocery store here called Commercial Mexicana, and there are three locations that are also supplied elsewhere, including Mexico City.
The other shopping area is called Rio Tijuana, which literally means "Tijuana River" (see map) and is considered one of the most important shopping streets in Mexico City and also the second largest in the country.
Here you will find the famous Plaza Rio Tijuana, the largest shopping center in northwest Mexico in the 1980s. It is on the edge of the riverbed and it is more common that large commercial wholesalers are active in this area, as well as a number of small retail outlets.
So expect to shop at Emporium 10, which always offers Mexican clothing and a wide selection of food and beverages.
Tijuana is the second largest city in the United States and only in size even larger than the city of Mexico City. It is not only bordering the United States, but also hosts one of Mexico's most vibrant and diverse cultures. The municipality offers an enormous art and cultural scene, highlighted by a glittering nightlife and a diverse mix of art galleries, restaurants and shops. There are also a number of museums, galleries and galleries with a variety of exhibits, such as the current exhibition, which deals with the river that starts and ends in Mexico and the rivers that start and end in the USA.
One of the best attractions to see and enjoy in this area of Tijuana is the Lighthouse, located on the border between Mexico and the United States. In the surrounding area there are a number of hotels and restaurants as well as a variety of restaurants, bars and shops. Although it is one of our main tourist points and a good area to stay in and around Tijuana, it also offers a variety of hotels within easy reach.
I recommend not to spend too much time in Tijuana, but if you want to see the real Mexico, you have to try the Cetto de cava in Tijuana. If you can't make it to Ensenada, then take a trip to the Baja California Peninsula to enjoy some of Mexico's best seafood. To enjoy the typical Baja food, you have to visit one of our favorite restaurants in the area, La Punta del Este or El Cajon.
The Mecca of art and culture in Tijuana is home to some of Mexico's most famous museums, galleries and art galleries. It is also a very important center for Mexico and is home to many museums and galleries such as the Museum of Contemporary Art, the National Museum of Mexican Art (MOCA) and the Museum of Mexican Art.
Organizers of the city like to call it the most visited city in the world, and anyone from the US will have no idea how unsafe Mexico and Tijuana are. Traveling between the United States and Mexico is easy with the right documentation and insurance. The Tijuana border crossing is busier than any other US state, so check with your local police department before crossing the border and check in with them before traveling. You can move away from your border in your vehicle, but talk to anyone in the US and they will probably have a different opinion about how safe Mexico or Taja Baja is for you.
You shouldn't expect to find souvenir shops here, but you might want to stroll through Constitucion, which is located in downtown Tijuana and does some shopping (see map).